Women in yukata walk along Nakamise Street at Asakusa district, a popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters Women in yukata walk along Nakamise Street at Asakusa district, a popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters
Women in yukata walk along Nakamise Street at Asakusa district, a popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus latest: Japan seeks to resume business travel with China, South Korea, others

  • Japan will also begin considering conditions of entry for athletes and other parties involved with the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics
  • In Australia, tougher border restrictions have been imposed as it suffered its worst day yet for new infections

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Women in yukata walk along Nakamise Street at Asakusa district, a popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters Women in yukata walk along Nakamise Street at Asakusa district, a popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters
Women in yukata walk along Nakamise Street at Asakusa district, a popular sightseeing spot in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters
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